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    Re: Debian in a closed server environment (Score: 1)
    by shawarma on Wednesday, January 16 @ 13:29:07 GMT
    (User Info) http://www.warma.dk

    I don’t just want a connection to the world outside. The machine is simply not meant to have access to the internet! On top of that, I’m supposed to be able to personally guarantee some sort of stability, so I have to test everything first in the test centre.. So how do I make sure the same packages are used on both machines? My conclusion so far is to use apt on the machine in the test-centre (which is conected to the internet) and then move all the debs to the data centre and set up an apt source there..

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    Re: Debian in a closed server environment (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Wednesday, January 16 @ 14:56:57 GMT

    what about RSYNC it is made for exactly that: a mirror.

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    Re: Debian in a closed server environment (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Wednesday, January 16 @ 17:16:03 GMT

    I find that adding the line:

    Acquire:http:Proxy {“http://server:port/”};

    to /etc/apt/apt.conf does exactly the same.

    Cheers!

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